Blood Brothers [1988 London Cast]

Blood Brothers [1988 London Cast]

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Blood Brothers [1988 London Cast]

This is the London revival cast recording of Willy Russell's weepy melodrama, originally released in England in 1988 at the time of the revival, and released in the U.S. in 1993 to commemorate the opening of the show on Broadway. Russell is steeped in '60s British pop music, and the show is full of catchy songs, although the contrived and dreary subject matter and the repetitiousness may drive some to distraction. Blood Brothers is more than a tearjerker; it suctions tears out of its audience with a vacuum cleaner. To be fair, there are many who love it for that, and even those who don't will have trouble not humming its score on the way out of the theater.

Product Details

Release Date: 05/11/1993
Label: Rca Victor Broadway
UPC: 0090266168927
catalogNumber: 61689

Album Credits

Performance Credits

London Revival Cast   Primary Artist
Kiki Dee   Track Performer,cast
Rod Edwards   Piano,Keyboards
Mickey   Track Performer
Robert Locke   Track Performer,cast
Ross   Bass Guitar
Andres Spiller   Keyboards
Alyn Ross   Bass Guitar
Tony McCormick   Saxophone
Terry Veasey   Trumpet,Flugelhorn
Lesley Davies   Violin
Terry Johnston   Guitar
Will Hill   Drums
Bernard Reilly   Percussion
David Allman   cast
Michael Atkinson   cast
Fiona Campbell   cast
Annette Ekblom   cast
Warwick Evans   cast
Jeffrey Gear   cast
Fento Gray   cast
Terry Melia   cast
Con O'Neill   cast
Dee Roillard   cast
Joanne Zorian   cast

Technical Credits

Sheridan Morley   Liner Notes
Rod Edwards   Director,Musical Director
Jon Miller   Producer
Jon Walls   Engineer
Bill Kenwright   Liner Notes,Executive Producer
Michael Atkinson   Teacher/Educator
Bob Tomson   Director

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Blood Brothers [1988 London Cast] 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I recently saw this play in London and was sincerely amazed at how much I enjoyed it. The plot itself is a bit predictable, but the music, and the talent (of the actors I saw anyway.)made the show magnificent. I would recommend it to anyone, especially if you like Marilyn Monroe.